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ISBN 978-1519300164  56 pages with b/w photos. Foreword by Sir Peter Scott

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The book is a reprint of a report presented to the 1985 CITES conference which describes the suffering and cruelty inflicted on animals being transported by air for the pet trade and research.

All the photos and incidents were documented by the author while working as an animal health inspector at Heathrow Airport in the 1970/80s.

The aim of the report was to expose the terrible conditions the animals were often shipped under in a bid to improve the standards of capture and shipment of the animals. 


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